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'Brexit' could hit London insurance market - trade body

The Union Flag flies next to the European Flag outside the European Commission building in central London May 25, 2014. Reuters/Neil Hall

LONDON A British exit from the European Union could hit London insurers’ ability to sell policies in Europe and may deter overseas players from opening London offices, a trade body said on Friday. 212 more words

How to Choose Health Insurance

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Health insurance can be a tricky topic to navigate on your own, especially if this is the first time you have are doing without any help.   283 more words

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NJ Out-of-Network Consumer Protection Act

The “Out-of-Network Consumer Protection, Transparency, Cost Containment, and Accountability Act.” [(Senator Joseph Vitale (D-19), Assemblyman Gary Schaer (D-36), Assemblyman Troy Singleton (D-7), and Assemblyman Graig Coughlin (D-19)] would implement sweeping legislation to reform various aspects of the New Jersey health care delivery system by: increasing transparency in pricing for health care services; enhancing consumer protections; creating an arbitration system to resolve certain health billing disputes; containing rising costs associated with out-of-network healthcare services; and, measuring success accordingly. 271 more words

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Are insurance rates on the rise in Mass. -Winter damage, more driving spur spike in claims

By Deirdre Fernandes GLOBE STAFF MAY 25, 2015


Car insurance premiums are rising for many Massachusetts drivers as insurers recover losses from a harsh, snowy, and slippery winter, and an improving economy encourages more driving — and more accidents. 398 more words

Newly Insured Californians Wary Of Costs But Embracing Coverage

Many Californians who obtained health insurance last year said they struggled to pay their premiums, although having coverage made them more confident about affording future medical care, according to a survey released Thursday. 656 more words

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Falls Continue to be a Leading Cause of Work-Related Injuries

(from post-gazette.com)

A construction worker suffered minor injuries this afternoon when he fell off a beam in the Strip District, Allegheny County emergency officials said. 147 more words

Moving company disappears after damaging, stealing Westchester family's valuables

PELHAM MANOR, N.Y. (PIX11)– Ken and Chris Ganpat are father-son owners of a Pelham Manor service station, with dad looking to hand the business down to his son. 370 more words

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